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Walter Grazer is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University in the Catholic Studies Program. Most recently, he was a consultant and special adviser to the National Religious Partnership for the Environment. Formerly, he served in several positions with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), including senior policy adviser for religious liberty, human rights, and European affairs; manager of the Environmental Justice Program; deputy director for the Migration and Refugee Services Office; and policy adviser for food, agriculture, and rural development. His publications include Catholics Going Green (2009) and And God Saw That It Was Good: Catholic Theology and the Environment (1996, co-edited with Rev. Drew Christiansen, S.J.). Grazer holds a B.A. in philosophy, M.A. in international relations, and MSW in social work.